EVGATech_JoseRHow about an older version of the software than what you are using now?
WeztmarchCan anyone offer some insight as to why UserBenchmark continually fails to test my GPU? It doesn’t give a score and the benchmark is incomplete. Before anyone says it is an irrelevant benchmark with relative statistics please be aware I already know this and I still like to use it for fun. At the very least I want to figure out why I cannot complete the benchmark. I just want some suggestions. Games, 3DMark, Unigine, and other programs run fine. So far I have tried the following:Uninstalled/Re-installed latest drivers (DDU in Safe Mode)Changed GPU to 'Prefer Max Performance' and turned off G-Sync in Nvidia Control PanelUninstalled all OC software, e.g. PX1, AfterBurner+ RTSSRemoved GPU overclock, reset to all stock settingsCleaned registry, cache, etc. with CCleanerClosed all overlay & monitoring software; e.g. HWInfo64, RealTemp, GPU-Z, Wallpaper Engine What can I try? This is really irking me it won’t pass such a simple test. Is this an indication of something more serious? I have not had any issues with games or other benchmarks yet. Specs are in my signature.
Cool GTX@dc8flyerthose look like some good steps .... do you run this software bench mark - "UserBenchmark" ? My rule of thumb for benchmarks: "Clean Boot" & offline - with all security software Off
DukmanSorry about necroing this thread, but ran into the same problem and discovered a solution that worked for me. So hopefully if someone else stumbles across this thread during a search, this will help.Turn off all GPU related software. Afterburner, RivaTuner, etc. I also killed off GHub and iCue. Once I did that UserBenchmark ran as it should.
Cool GTX Thanks for sharing your results Did you remove all of those at once or while removing one at a time keep testing ? iCUE is know to cause some issues, in the past
torch327I just had the same issue with a new MSI MPG X570 gaming edge wifi. Had no issues prior and then suddenly I was failing the sphere test. My issue turned out to be the Nahimic service included with the Realtek Audio driver package. Disabled it and no issues.